The teaser for the upcoming Intel GPUs was found on a hidden website link Intel shared which points towards the fact that Intel is all ready to unveil its gaming GPU based on the Xe HPG architecture. This website leads users to a “Scavenger Hunt” and reveals that the Xe HPG-based gaming GPUs will launch on March 26 but there’s also a possibility that Intel’s new CEO Pat Gelsinger will announce the Xe HPG GPUs on March 23. In that case, scavenge Hunt might provide some additional details about the new gaming GPUs.
Intel Xe HPG Graphics Card: Specifications (Rumored)
As per reports, it is found that the Intel Xe HPG Graphics card features 512 EUs, 4096 cores, 1,800MHz clock speed, and 12.6GB of GDDR6 VRAM. Intel is reportedly also working on a complete lineup of GPUs based on the Xe HPG architecture. These will include cheaper, entry-level models as well as expensive, and high-end GPUs for gaming enthusiasts. The upcoming “DG2” graphics card by Intel is designed on the Xe HPG architecture which would provide high-end gaming performance to the users.